Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Pork Parmesan

This is my version of veal parmesan.
Though I've never eaten veal of any kind (can't stand the thought of a poor baby moo-moo) I must admit the dish looks delicious.
I substituted pork cutlets for the veal and it turned out quite tasty.

Pork Parmesan

2 cups seasoned bread crumbs
3/4 cup flour
1 1/2 tsp. seasoned salt
black pepper to taste
1 tsp. dried italian seasoning
8 pork cube steaks
oil for frying
1 onion, diced small
12 oz. fresh cherry tomatoes, cut in halves
1/2 tsp. minced garlic
1 small can chicken broth
8 slices mozzerella cheese

Mix bread crumbs, flour, seasoned salt, pepper and italian seasoning together. Set aside.
In large frying pan, pour enough oil to cover the bottom of the pan and begin heating.
While oil is getting hot begin coating the pork steaks in the crumb mixture.
Place steak in hot oil and brown both sides.
Once browned,remove from pan and place in a greased casserole dish. (13x9 or larger)
Cover with foil and bake until done.
I cooked mine for about 1 hour 30 minutes. (Longer than most prefer)
While that is cooking make the tomato sauce.
 Saute the onion in the same pan that you just fried the steaks in. If you have a lot of excess oil in the pan then remove some of it before you begin.
Once the onion is tender go ahead and add the garlic and tomato halves.
Simmer for a few minutes and then add the chicken broth.
This should thicken up a bit because of the leftover flour in the pan from frying the pork.
Let simmer a bit and then turn off and let set until pork is done.
When pork steaks are done pour this tomato mixture over top of the steaks.
Place a slice of mozzerella on top of tomatoes and place back in the oven until the cheese is melted.
ENJOY!


Well, No whining today guys and gals!
My day has gone much better with no aches or pains so far! (Keepin my fingers crossed though...the day is not over yet.)
I'm off to do a bit of sewing before bedtime so I'll have to stop back later to catch up with all of you!

8 comments:

Mama-Bug said...

Jessica that recipe is going to be tried at my house very soon. I love sauce made from fresh tomatoes.

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Krystal said...

That looks amazing! We don't eat much pork here (aside from bacon, lol) but I think I'll be trying this concept with chicken, and that sauce with those slices of tomatoes looks amazing!

-Krystal @ recipesofacheapskate.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Jessica this is your blog you can whine if you want to.
Its good to voice your feelings
when you are having pain.


I still say you post the best recipes. I am biased but I know
its the WV in you!

Pamela WV
in Ohio

Falling Leaf Woodworkers and Primitives said...

all I can say is YUMMO!!!!
sabrina

Carmen C. said...

Those look delicious! I made your crispy french toast for dinner today and it was really good! Don't think I'll go back to the normal after that;)

Verde Farm said...

That looks delicious. I would love to try it. You are quite the cook--could you come spend a few days with me and teach me? :) Glad you are feeling better today too!

Anita said...

Hi Jessica, I hope you can't see me slobbering from here!!! That dish looks yummo!! You sure love your cooking and we enjoy seeing what you make. Have a great day. Kind regards, Anita.